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SAFE AND SIMPLE: Cleaning kitchen equipment

Enter your text here…Cleaning kitchen equipment thoroughly and safely can and should be simple, but isn’t always. Too often, it’s the simple stuff that gets over-looked. That’s why well-trained, certified mgrs. and manufacturers alike are working hard to make cleaning equipment as foolproof as possible. Turn it off: First, some simple advice is in order. […]

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Kitchen Equipment Wish Lists

For foodservice operators, attending industry trade shows is similar to a child visiting a toy store. When a child strolls through the store, they become wide-eyed with anticipation due to the seemingly limitless possibilities presented by the endless array of toys and games. Foodservice professionals enjoy a similar phenomenon when attending industry exhibitions. While there, […]

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Efficient Kitchens

By rethinking some menu items, hotels may be able to save bundles on expensive equipment without impacting guest satisfaction. When Choice Hotels’ Cambria Suites brand first developed its food and beverage program, the idea was to keep the necessary investment in kitchen equipment and infrastructure as minimal as possible, says Phil Beilke, senior director of […]

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Holiday `Wish List’

Operators from major foodservice markets speak out about the kitchen equipment that works best for them, which pieces have proved most disappointing in action, the E&S they most wish they could buy and the sorts of after-sales services that encourage or deter repeat business. Dean Wright, Director of Dining Services, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah […]

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Five steps to reduce kitchen equipment costs

Equipment costs for a new, full-menu restaurant can run upwards of $250,000. But with a bit of ingenuity, business acumen and plain hard work, operators can reduce equipment expenditures by as much as 20%. The trick lies in either reducing the need for certain pieces of equipment or getting equipment at a lower price. Here […]

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Not everyone wants to buy kitchen equipment from the Bowery

For more than 50 years, a four-block-long section of lower Manhattan known as the Bowery has been famous for its rows of new and used restaurant equipment dealers. Buying equipment “on the Bowery” became synonymous with low prices, limited service and cash-and-carry sales. While the Bowery and places like it represent a significant market for […]

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Gadget Lust: Smooth Operator

Byline: Marissa Rothkopf Bates I’ve become one of them: not the pod people but their smoother cousins, the juice heads, the ones whose idea of breakfast or even lunch is some concoction the color of the Incredible Hulk. My name is Marissa, and I’m a juicer. “Oh, yeah,” I can hear you say, like Marisa […]

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